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BREATH ITTla UNTY NEWSm n July Shoes SBIOIApril Farmersf MEOPERICULO nv sKNATcm Jinsj SKWKLL Nationally the socalled Demo factorlofresplendenttrys history It has been noted as an opposition party a party of kickers and knockers while the Republican party is n party that docs things Still it has the cheek of n government mule While it has been unable to ac complish anything good for the people itself it actually slay the gall to boost itself for what the Republican party has done and is doing and is branding Roosevelt the prince of Republicans as a Democrat because ho has carried out to letter the platform upon which he was elected and has had IIi antitrust law made elective n law passed by Republicans and opposed by Democrats Roosevelt favors a sound currency expan sion government regulation of railroads Imda protective tariff Bryan favors free coinage of sil vcr at 1C to 1 opposes expansion and favors the government owner ship of railroads and free trade The two teen arc farther apart on the great issues than Lincoln and Jeff Davis were during the days of secession yet occasionally we hear green gawks call Roosevelt a good Bryan Democrat 0 More and more the Democratic party is becoming the laughingstock of all intelligent people It cjicitsmy profound sympathy It is now in Kentucky claiming to be the party of the angels instead of the party of thin olliccsccking politicians By blood it says it stands pat on every question of temperance and morality that it is thin stuff royal and the onbhIT in this ago of reform Well mayba the reform wave has swamped it und reformed it after through the Democratic party now looks dark and dcvelish more than n whitewinged angelof re form and purity I dont want it to touch methnt wave till it gets a thorough rowashing in water more pure than the material it lost reformed The Demo cratic party needed reforming all That wave after shooting and it shall have all the glory it is entitled to for whatever reform it has put on itself 0There is more blood and preju dice in the makeup of the Democratic party than reason andcoum non sense It has never gained a victory b reason of any merit it possessed as a party It never answered an argument by any sense or logic or fact it had in the storehouse of its information Tho only hope it has of being success ful in Kentucky this full is the fact that Hill Goebel was trying to steal an ollico and in his attempt to do so some cowardly scoundrel shot him dead That is the cocoa nut of their oratory nnd of their argument in the coming campaign Sure if the Democratic party can succeed in hanging Caleb Powers who is believed to be innocent by ninetenths of thepexijlc it dont care a cuss many Brcathitt Democratic assassins nre found not guilty by solidly Democratic jurits Really thin Democrats re mind mo of a cat and dog light to hang Republicans and free Demo crats lint it will finally get right when it gets through thin job of reforming itself and the surest way to reform it is to administer a blistering rebuke at thin polls on next November election day o Unthoughtcdly I said the Dem ocratic party had never done any thing for the people In this I was very much mistaken It has given the people of Kentucky the odious Dog Tax Law For this it shall have full credit being re sponsible for its passage and for its approval by their LordofAII Gov Beckham Now when the poor taxridden voters qo io tho polls to vote tho honld rcmcm ber that the Democratic party passed the UogrTax Law and- y i tJ + I 1r Q 1 f z7cZ that Bsukham instead of vetoing it gave it his hearty approval The Republican ncmbers of the Legislature voted almost unanimously against the Dog fox Law If the people continue the Demo I cratic party inuower they need not be surprised1 see our bach elors old maids and our cats and babies taxed one dollar the Rend for that party believes in taxing everything in sight and out of sight too as for that mutter 0 A party is getting little indeed when its paramount concern is to hang Republicans innocent or guilty charged with crime nnd free Democrats because they have an inlhience in the party Let us hope and pray that both of the parties will put themselves above such issues and drag not the life and liberty of any man charged with crime nsnnikstle of any im portance in the campaign now on hand in Kentucky It docs those so chargeda gross injustice and tends directly to make their nc quittal conviction legend largely upon the complexion of their poli tics The voter who is moved a peg by such considerations is ub solutely unworthy ftho sacred right of suffrage be 1m a Democrat or Republican o I wonder lion much longer the people are to be insulted and frightened by having the ghastly ghost of Goebelism slammed in their faces by the little scurveys and scallawags calling themselves Democrats Little peahcads per sist in lauding Gpcbel as the Christ of Democracy lie was the incarnation of gangsterdom and un bridled rulliiinism in the realms of politics No more no less than a hardheaded despot caring not one whiff for tho voice of the peo pic nor their will legally expressed unless that meant the favoring of Goebel and his high handed methods of indecent war faro Peace to his ashes and everlasting shone on the little shidcpokes who would stir up bit ter feelings brnttling his dead bones over the hearthstones of peaceful Kentucky homes Campton Ivy July 24 1907 The Machine Condemned Democrats high in the councils of the party in Kentucky continue to declare that the Democratic ma chine in this State is rotten to the core As Governor Cripps Beck ham is the machine boss the as persions are mainly directed u nst himin addition to what the Democratic Court of Appeals opined in the celebrated and infamous Louisville election cases and the recent charge of Judge Parker that Democratic Fnyettc county I was ono of the most lawless sections of the entire country now comes Judge Sterling Baloney former Judge of the Chancery Court of Jefferson county who has the following to say in The Denver Post of political conditions in Louisville 1 would as soon steal n Repub licans pocketbook to steal his ollice lone is as criminal itS the otherI nm jv Kentucky Democrat but the Democratic machine in that State is us corrupt as the Demo cratic machine in this State or any State That machine and all other ma chines of all politicalparties should bo put out of business This is n pretty severe arraignment and should pause the good people of the old Commonwealth to put on their thinking caps The conditions will continuo as long as the Democratic machine rules at Frankfort A special from Moreliead s4ys Quarantine hits been established by the otlicials of Rowan county against Morgan county where 30 cases Q smallpox are s to exist The milan tnll travel j om 1Ves- tLibertyhas been stop on tIns route urid ff made atall must I now We made by way of Cannel City V I i Do fail 16 buy a frigerator I from ilones at actual coat Qnly a faw t tore In r i1r r Jr 4 ir- 1J J lie toati1 L f I t m I rv RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Teachers of Breathitt County We the Committee An Resolu tions beg to submit the wilowing Ho it resolved 1st That we approve the time and place of holding this institute 2d That we commendour lion Superintendent for his wise choice in selecting Prof McKenzie as instructor 3rd That we are truly grate ful for the use of the Lees insti tute building and apparatus the use of which has been so cheerfully rnntedus 4th That wo are greatly in debted to the various committees for their services to Miss Patton musicIaid during opening exercises to many others who contributed to ward making the institute a suc cess and especially to Prof Mc Kenzie for the able manner in which he conducted our institute 5th That whereas thousands of children never attend school and lire thereby a menace to the whole State we urge the legislature to enact a law which shall cause par entsor guardians to be punished who neglect to sec that their child ren receive a proper education Cth That whereas the teacher s of our common schools are more poorly paid than many many unskilled laborers we recommend that the Legislature enact n law that will make the minimum salary of the teacher not less than sixty dol lars per month 7th That whereas the county is the govermcnt unit in Kentucky for every function except the ad ministration of our public schools we recommend the abolition of the school district as tho unit and the substitution of the county unit 8th That whereas we recog nize the importance of higher insti tutions of learning wo recommend that the State College of Kentucky bo transformed into a great university worthy of our State Hh That wo heartily approve tho suggestions made by our Super intendent and Paul Derthick and Rev Powell in the evangelistic and Sunday School work and wens teachers offer our hearty cooperation 10th That a copy of these resolutions be offered to the Brcath itt County News The Courier Journal and Southern School Jour nal for publication IL S CHAPMAN KASII WILLIAMS GlttSKN SlIKlHKRl KMMA TURN Bit Con MOOHI NKLLIB TUHXEH Sec Judge Parker of tho Fnyctte circuit court who was elected by the Democrats of Fnyctto county in a recent speech before the grand jury at Lexington said I do not like to soy it gentle men but I doubt if there is nay place in this country that has so little regard for tho laws as thin people of this very county of Fayette1 The Democratic machine of Lexington salutes the Democratic machine of Louisville and both unite in tho kindest felicitations and congratulations to the boss machine at Frankfort All Demo cratic cities and counties are alike They are not run in the interests of the people but solely for the benefit of the machine The News believes that all fairminded peo ple are in accord with the Republi can idcucnforcentJ the laws i If n common tough or a reputable business man sells booze on Sunday punish him for it Ifn ruf finn or a leading citizen attempts to overthrow an election punish him for it Equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none his tho Joctrino of the Kentucky step b i qns as enunciated in their platform fThey ask all citizens wboaro to Beckham and maciMno rule to join with them I I Jonfs is closing out his Refrigerator ttlecost r t 1IfiC I I Lho Largest CirculationO- F ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION att tt Number IIUNGERFORD Dealers The Louisville Herald to Award 10000 in Prizes DnllySundaya oUng contest in vlilrn Jioooo In prizes will be awarded tde women of Ken tucky and Irdlana ire rim adopted for awarding these prizes n tin fairest eon ceivable and no element oi IueIchance or guewlna enters Into ilia nnIi n whether ale resldea In IouljvllIo or a town of much smaller size The Prizes The prizes offered by The Herald are the mOt liberal ever given away by any newspaper In the South The capital prize or the UOOOfl contest Is XliSOO In cash This large amount of money wll be given to the woman who iccurea tho largest number of votes In the entire contest regardless of fllstrlct limitation As the context runs but nlno week the winner of this prize w4 earn 16SCC per week for nine wells Besides the capital rHzn there aro two other grand prize cot i tl if of two KMT model automolt c of UI MO ma chines Is u brand n w rA it purchased direct from the ficliiy fo thecxpress purPQIII ot ttwatl1lnit as apr1 in The IIeraide olr automobile Is a runabout EnntfAl v r 5 at 1650 brand new with every modern Improve ment backed by the ininfncturers and tho local agent 0pb of Ih machines will be awarded to a candidate in Louis vlll the other to a cajidldttte residing In Kentucky or Indiana Louisville The candidate whojcpun the largest number of votes orthft t vo automobile winners will be given choice of the ma chines J The contest Is divided Intnltwontyflve districts Bach district will rerehye three prizes The first prze In each district will be a free trip through the Eastern States Including visits to Ne v Yorit At tantlc City Philadelphia Baltimore wnshlneon Norfolk and the Jnnwtown Reposition Every cent of the totpnrse pf the twentyttvo tourists from the tlmo leave home untl they return will be borne by The IIerad P- One of these free trips will then be awarded to the candidate In each one of the twcntyflvo districts who secures the largest number of votes In her own par ticular district Jbfr number of votes ac corded candidates In one district has no bearing whatsoever upon number of votes accords candidates Jrv other CQmp6Utlonrace an opportunity to win s NEW RAILWAY IN LEE Will Open a Rich Coat Territoryv A new railway is now being built in Leo county front Heidel burg to Elk City a distance of four miles along which a comparatively level grade is to bo followed up Sturgeon creek Onefourth of a mile of the roadbed approaching to the river has already been compl grady= ing affected The construction of the bridgeacross the river will be tho most difficult part of the work The new railway is a spur of the Louisville Atlantic and taps one of the finest coal fields in thin State Tho opening of the new cldjIJadd greatly to the population of Leo county an influx of miners being expected during the autumn In fact the vicinity along Sturgeon creek is one of thin most energetic ofRny community in Kentucky The erection of a number of cottages along the banks of Sturgeon creek has begun and it is expected that by the first of thin year the mines will be in attire operation The L A railway is now putting in a plant which will have a capacity of turn ing out for shipment fifty carloads per tinytS S Convention The thirteenth district conven tion of thin Christian churches of Breathitt Lee Wolfe Estill and Powell counties was held at Clay City last Thursday and Friday under the direction of Robert 11 IIopkjnsof thin Kentucky Christian tiiblaAssociation It was one of thin most successful conventions ever held in the district Among thin visiting speakers were Rev CrM Summers pastor of the Christian church Jackson 11 L Atkinson of Hazel Green J M Uashor Winchester and Prof W C Campbell of Lexing ton W W McGuire of Jackson was reelected president and Miss Kato U idof Beattyville secre taryThe convention accepted an invitation from Hazel Green to hold its session in that city next year Special emphasis wits laid in the convention upon the centen nial work of the Kentucky Chris thin Sunday schools the endow ment of the now chair of Sunday School Pedagogy in thin College of the Bible and several hundrj dollars were pledged by Q tlrenqJones sells Refrigerators at cost it j r 4 I f- I Itr J4 t l L t t s Tho second and thrd prizes In each one of Pit txrrnirnve districts are a gold witch nnd n business college scholarship In the order These prizes liCit In keeping wih the main awards Md thojo woo secure these secondary pre mourns may ret assured that they have got lull value for the effort put forUi In the contestHow ta Enter the Race All that 1s necessary to enter The Heralds contest is to send your name nnd address to tho manager of the Con 4 test Department together with the name of ono or two reliable parties who live In the vicinity Another way to enter couponspublishedthem out and sending t em to tho Contest Department of Tho Herald Louisville Ky Woman inailsresilient of Indiana or Kentucky nnd be tween the Ages of nftecn and n 1 years ytoover a of nine weeks July 1 to August 31 Inplusvc How to Get Votes j Votes may be secured In The Heralds thodallyare only valid ono week or by securing subscriptions for the dally nn weekly Herald and having such tlon paid for In advance A new yel 0nrbscrlptlon counts for 2400 votes a new rlx months subscription counts for 1000 votes and so on Full Information on this point may be learned by reading The Her ald or wilting the Contest Department for particulars fi Enter Now It you are olttfblo enter this contest at ofsinmobile If you are not eligible enter thename of your wife mother sister friend mnyhcandidateInd timetomay never have another opportunity to Ret ouch valuable prizes so little eta fort Enter the race before some ontIn your locality gets all the votes youI contestlmplYthe Contest Department of The Herald fullinformationby return mall py Living Thought LOST CUEEK KY July 25 1 EDITOR NEWS Your humble servant was deeply interested From what we learned from the institute and your paper There were thoughts in them too deep for The Dreamer to compre hend Prof Mackenzie IL IL Noble and many teachers J 1 Thoughts are immortal they cannot be hanged or burned nor buried Mortality pass away papers are forgotten marriage and given in marriage arc no more but thought nnd conscience remain through vast eternity What bet ter fume or what more lasting monument cnn man have than his thoughts to live after him 1 The thoughts which were offeredup may cause us and others to raise up the banner to a higher sphere of living Now as conscience and thought are closely ahicilmay they move onward and upward is the desire of the good and wise Till DUBAMEK Mrs Cynthia Duncan George town Ky says I had occasion to uso Bourbon Poultry Cure with my turkeys this year and it cured them I did not loose but one d lltthink I would have lostjtjf Iliad used this medpjtfifsooner Sold augtMuteed by Day Bros Co KST1LI COUNTY Noland The blackberry crop in this sec tion is n bumper one David Lay was in Madison county last week on business The Sunday strbtcolat Crooked creek church isprogrcssing nicely Luther Walton of near Noland has a severe attack of rheumatism Walter Windier was the guest of Lewis IV Walton and family Sunday night a Mrs C L Michael who has been confined to her bed for some time is slowly improving 11r and Mrs N Tone ofrnear here have been visiting MK jGobs mother Mrs John TaylorSof pucks creekRJames A Mctcnlfe and Mrs F y M Farthing both of near here + wore united in the holy bonds of matrimony at Richmond on July iI IS This is the third mairiagefor Mr Metcalfe having lost two loving companions by death and tho f for Mrs Farthing HerIboult1 husbnnd died a few years ago nd th Unci nes Lindon of Gilmore was 10 wnsin Jackson Saturday on hii t fSy homo from A billows trip to Winchester i w 1 ro 1L L t of 0 0 1 c- J tr jar k l The Breathitt News ADVANCEtlSI PER YEAR IN 1 J WISE HAGINS EDITOR t Ct cqnA H ATTORNEY AT LAW l DLDOJi r7nL7C7e rtiGIDR IANPND SUijj EON G C I t OFPICB HOURS8A M TO 4 P n I HAHO 13 BUlLDINti C I rnIN a KENTUCKY I 1s2 I S For Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY JULY 26 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor 3BHftr II cox of Mason county For Attorney General JAMES BllEATIIITT of Christian county For AuditorJ FRANK P JAMES- of f Mercer county For Treasurer GAIT ED FARLEY r of McCrackcn county f For Secretary of State i ofDnBEN L BRUNER of BrcckinridKC county For Supt of Public Instructio- nJ S ORABBE of Boyd county For Commissioner of Agriculture RANIINlAofHenry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski county For R R Commissioner 3d Dis A T SILER S oflYbitloy county h = The Sandy Hook Farce As we have predicted both publicly and privately the trial at Sandy Hook proved to be a farce Knowing the Dear Gov as wo have known him for the past sown years we did not be licvo he would appoint any ono in io Hargis cases as special judge unless he know in advance what he would do That our predictions have been correct we leave it to the citizens of Kentucky to judge We believe our readers are farail s ear with the history of Kentucky politics since 1899 when William Goebcl came here and in a public speech from a platform in the court house ardsnid that he owed his nomination as Governor to Judge Cooper Judge Kinncr Alex llargis James Hargis and D TMJcdwino and that if ho was helected string would always hang on the t utsid to them and that they could have I whatever they wanted When Beckham succeeded to the i Governors office which belonged- to another man ho said in a public speech that ho would try to carryout the pledges made by Goebel ho has fulfilled his promises 1isborne out by the numerous par dons ho has granted to criminals in this county on the mere plea addressed to the Dear Gov This is a good Democrat recommend his pardon and signed by James I Ilargis This seemed to be all the r requirements needed for the par theNyof the head und killing her on tile rft spot because skivould not agree p I to have unlawful sexual inter t course with him and for almost I every crime known to the criminal calendar 1 In bedience to the promises to I nciirry out Goebcls pled estwe V pSpposo is the only excuse for the J i itmcnt of the Dorseys the clsjscs thoJJillQarncs and tied f1 P VIoodysas Bpcclal judges to try the various cases qf murder ofI which Jim llargis is charged In all of these cases it i our opinion that the Commonwealth had no- 1tiore show a 1 would hare had Ina ten IMtBeJd among weretlln the or rro I JP a 1A 9 I tV44 and no means of escape It seems us that the Commonwealth has not had a ghost ofa chanco in any of these trials and that the pecial judges were more tools in the hands of the machine to do the bidding of their masters Wo have been badly outrugcd Three of our most prominent citi zcns the leading physician of our town the leading lawyer of our town and thonmrshnl of our town have been assassinated and while everybody in the county and State know who are responsible- for those assassinations not one of them except the mere tools Curt Jctt and Tom White have over been convicted The people of Brcathitt county the State of Kentucky and the whole world know who are responsible for these foul assassinations and they Ialso know how they have escaped punishment up to date Could we as an humblo citizen of this county advise any honest man or any man who has any re spect for himself or his wife or children to support Uecklwm and his gang I- Wo believe that Beckham is an accessory after the fact to the three foul assassinations commit ted in Brcathitt county and cannot scojlibwany lover of liberty can supportrhira jn this campaign The State of Ivcntucky must be redeemed Wobehove that a large majority of her tizeas are in favor of a fair 4aiandjustice to ovary man We Imyo not hart that deal Will Eire people of the State of Kentucky 6n account of mere party prejudice inflict any more burdens upon us 1 Wenotico that in several counties throughout the State candidates for the various county ofliccs are announcing for the offices to be filled at tho ploction In 1009 In the language of Wm Jennings Bryan this is a long time for luau to look pretty for an office In our opinion a man that doe s not act pretty all hisljfois not fit to hold an office at all If such a man wants to announce let him do so and give the people a chanco to examine his record The End of the Hargis Farce Jim Hargis is at last free from the menace of the criminal courts and may now return withan easy mind we say nothing of a hypothetical conscience to his work on the Democratic State Executive Committee A man so expert in the devising of plots ought to be invaluable to that organization The farcial end of his trialcomes just in timo for the approaching campaign Seriously wo feel too mentally sick of tho whole horrible story that has reached an end in keeping with the prolonged travesty of justice that has characterized itt to do otherwise than to dismiss it in a few words The stain of cowardly assassination must remain upon the soil of Kentucky Time may obliterate it from memory but meanwhile the abortive efforts of justice to avenge the bloodof the murdered have accomplished nothing for the State but IdiscreditabJpnotorict Forsttoj cy only com mcndatioiuilue Ho has made a hard fight b Ctho cards word stacked up against him from the beginning Ho did not throw down his hand until it was evident that Hargis and his gang held all the aces To have gone on with the trial at Sandy Hook could havo re sulted only in the utter collapse of the States case for lack of wit nesses It was the part of wisdom to yield while some semblance of dignity could be preserved Tho only consolation under the circumstances lies in the hope that a now era will dawn for justice and righteousness in Kentucky when the election of November Bats written an epitaph over the burial place of a corrupt Democ racy under an avalanche of Rcpub lican Independent and patriotic Democratic votcs Louisville lIer hlIThe outcome of the trial of Jim Hargis at Sandy Hook ended as was expected In this outofway I hole in the hills there was every conceivable circumstance against an effective prosecution Wit ntflifotfro absent and inaccessi communication and t in were such as to 0 toncry degree and kInd off deiay tho attorneys for IhoCojnjr monweahh way put sin a s t VL u rN tudo of fighting for a change of scene back to Brcathitt county or see the case terminate in a farce They fought for the change for postponement They wore overruled That settled the chances conviction As n matter of form the Judge gave directions for the acquittal of Hargis TheI jury obeyed Tho comedy wnsI over And again is illustrated the fact that there is no worse governed State in the Union that Kentucky Courier Journal Jim Hargis has been freed from tho last charge of murder pending against him Twice his acquittal resulted after long drawnout trials while in the last casp the trial jndge instructed tho jury to find him not guilty after the prose cuting attorneys had stated to the court that they intended to with draw from the case because certain important witnesses for the Com monwcalth could not be secured It seems to the layman that this ease of all the Breatliltt murder cases should hard Veen1 tried and throughly sifted and if it had been found impossible to convict Jim Hargis his connection with the foul assassinations of three proms inent men would have been again strongly emphasized Jim Hnrgis former Czar of Breathitt county may or may not be guilty of instigating his moun tarn desperadoes to murder Dr B D Cox James Cookrill and James B Marcum Two juries havo do dared him not guilty after trial but everybody cannot see as the jurors saw Be lIar is guilty or norgijilty thp murders of tho three men are unavenged save for the incarceration in tho penitentiary of Curt Jett the veritable wild dog of the mountains and Tom White a poor weakminded tool easily swayed by a man of stronger intellect- a Three men have been murdered in cold blood in a county of Ken lucky as the result of plots laid against them by their fellowmen Some master mind planned these assassinations Curt Jott Tom White Asbury Splcor Bill Brit ton John Smith or John Abner could never have planned tho infin ito details they do not now how They may be adopts in the lino of murder but they cannot formr plot And until that master mina is found and punished the blood of Cox Cockill and Marcum will cry for vengeance Lexington Leader Tho refusal of tho State to go into a trial of the last Hargis indict ment without their witnesses in the distant town of Sandy Hook lcd doubtless inevitably ledtc- a formal verdict of acquittal But though Jim Hargis has been acquitted ho has not been cleared A verdict without a trial relieves Hargis of all legal responsibility for the killing of Dr Cox but it docs not clear him of the accusa tions which have been made It is merely closing of another chapter in a story that has brought untold shame to the State We regret that a full trial before an impartial jury in some county where justice not vengeance pro wails has not been had As it stands Hargis is acquitted but the good name of the State has not been vindicated To send such trcase to Sandy Hook was a mockery of justice Judge Moody had to try the case as he found it and where it was assigned We are not questioning either the law as he expounded it nor his determination to require atrial we express what we believe to be the judgment of the State in saying that Jim Hargis has been relieved of all legal responsibility- that not proven guilty he must stand acquitted but that as there was no trial no evidence noargu incnt he is not cleared Louis vile Post Republican Conventions The Republicans of the 92rit Legislative District of Kentucky composedof Breathitt Magoilin and Leo counties havo been called to meet in convention in Jackson on August 8thatone oclockp In for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the legislature from said district Mass conventions have been called to meet at tho various county scatS oh August 3 for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the district conventionSAll persons interested in tho E nomination end election of a good eprenentative frotnthia tlfjrlct hold attend these n j 11cr 11Y 1 f1of Mot a Meeting at Chenowce Beginning on Thursday night August 1st there will bo n meet ing held at tho Chenowee schoolhouse is at Elkatawa conducted by Rev J G Patton I1 of DC cutur Ga Everyone is most cordially invited to attend the services which will be held morning and night for a week or ten days Quicksand i A D demons went to Upper Quicksand Friday returning Sun day t Miss Vina B Frazier has been on the sick list for several days but is able to be up and going aroundWilliam Scwell lost a very fine colt last week by it jumping a paling fenco and two of tho pal ings penetrating its stomach 1Villie Taylor of Jackson wis at our Sunday school last Sunday and all we ask of him is that he bring some of the fair sex with him next time Solomon Frazier Jr went to Winnie Branch last Sunday toI church so he says but I believe it was something else that drew his attention in that direction Wo are having church here every night anti Sunday too con ducted by Rev Wutkins and wife Rev Leon Stanley Geis and Miss Hattio C Kraul So if you dont get filled with the Holy Ghost it is your own fault We hud a nice Sunday school hero last Sunday with Miss Hattie C Kraul as superintendent tout we want tho People to cheer up and have courage andsee if wo cnnt havo ono hundred or more for I know wo aro on titled to thut many The little child of Daniel Sewell died last Thursday after a short illness and jtg remains worn laid to rest lost Friday in the Snbwdcn graveyard It luis gone to time land of tho sun light No night ever touches that shore Where sin pus no withering blight For Christ is the Light evermore Lost Creek Mrs Mattie Noble and children visited Alex Dcaton lust week John Friloy is quite sickwith a complication of diseases and is not expected to live Uncle Alex Deaton and wife went to Turkey Creek last week to see their daughter who is very siclf with lung trouble Eli Cornell and wife of Jackson were visiting Mr and Mrs E P Landrum while on their way to Hindtnan and other points Blackberries are the finest ever seen Mrs Susan Combs and Shell Combs and wife of Quicksand came to this place and picked a nice supply for jam i Memorialservices conducted b Rev Sweet Landrum will be held at the grave yard near Price Landrums store on tho first Sun day in August Every one invited Mrs and Mrs K P Landrum have been enjoying roasting ears for tho past two weeks They were cultivated byMrs Landrum whois an expert gardener Who ejso has produced corn as curlas this HONEYSUCfKLK Ned John Ncaco has been very ill but is improving Mrs Mariah Combs has been on the sick list but fa bettor A series of meetings were con ducted at the mouth of Riley Sat urday and Sunday by Revs W J Arrowood S H and John H Combs Good order prevailed The family of John II Combs wis excited by the chickens in time yard milking an unusual noise and upon investigation they found a largo copperhead snake which nude a leap at Mrs Combs but fortunately sho escaped Stevenson Mrs Mali sa Piigh hits returned from a visit to friends and relit tics at Lee City Hiram Back went to Jackson on business last weekA L iiVeech went to Jackson last week to buy goods fti Squire PearL Back is about dono jaying tu cornTiIeta Back went to Puncheon to buy two yike of cattle per 0 Wi h potaesvltM time editor t The News t6 n him r I J4r Terry 1 Lawrence Ilubbard cf Bcrca visiting the family of Miles Terry Mrs A B Spiccr of Jetts Creek visited friends in- inckson last FridnyMrs Clay Griflith of Elkatawn was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Miles Terry recently Miss Cappit Terry visited relatives on Turkey Saturday Green Stronir of Jackson wits hero a few days ago Miss Gertrude and Charley Spiccr of Turkey visited Misses Clara and Sarah Callahan al Ca noe Saturday and SundayOsc- ar Combs is very ilhMissC- appic Terry entertained a num ber of friends at dinner Sunday and all enjoyed pleasant timo Rousseau I The Juniors at Rousseau aro going to put a stop to whisky selling on Quicksand Apncrson Lovely bid in his steam mill at the sale on Wolfe creek last week and is now going into tho lid business Mrs Belle demons of Glembns visited the Rousseau Sunday school and church last Sunday andaddressed the Sunday school by giving a nice Bible talk and lending in prayer Rev GrecnvUlo Stacy hnda lcnioriulo and soda pop stand at the big July meeting Joseph Byrdof Lower Quicksand is at Mrs Sally Backs his motherin law building a houses on tOtof u mountajn for ids vrlfo to stay for her health William Eldridjros funeral will bo preached the first Saturday anti Sunday in Ootobor Stop with Hart Bras at Reed Hotel when in Lexington NOTICE To the Honorable County Judge and Attorney of Urcnthitt County Ky 1 will on August 6th 1907 ap ply to the Board of Prison Commis sioners for a parole from imprisonment in the State Penitentiary where lain now under a life sen tence charged with murder Judg ment rendered in Brcathitt Circuit Court Juno term IDOl RespectfullyJ GIUIEIIT July 18th 1907 D 0 Scott Avon Ky says I used Bourbon IIogCholcra Rein cdy after other remedies had failed and it speedily effected a cure It had cured several herds in my neighborhood without the loss of a single hog Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros C- oSunSentinel Outing- Of all the drays in the year the happiest is SunSentinel Makers Day Thursday the SunS ntinel Makers and their friends put in a full day of fun Some of us aro getting old but the most of us an young Some of us are just littl bits o babies but ago makes no dif ercncc All of us have a Boot llcchlentIfirst time We all know thnt i was not his fault Major Black i burn of the Stanton Citizen hon ored us with his presence Ou old friend lIon J L McCoy o Jackson gave Us a beautiful an pntrotlc address Some of the crowd went on to Torrent They are enthusiastic over the entertainment that Judge and Mrs Pcndlo ton gave thorn rise SunSentinel Makers could without doing vio hence to their calling change their name to Merry Makers Wo are happy because it has come our way to make others happy For the cause that needs assist artco p For the wrong that needs resist ance For the future in time distance All the good that wo can do Winchester SunSentinel R A CHILDERS WITH JOS a REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH Of Solicits the trade of tie mountain JATSave your orders forhim Ho will save you money fob 1 ly W H Ayres HendersonJ DEALER IN FeedfheatRpBarley Oata and Corn Millet K Deuek Jfa4It c i i J J f L DAY BROS iIM M COMPANY 1 fo Wholesale and Retail r have the most complete stock of 1 1 t keliM14t INf ii 1 1Ever brought to Jackson Consisting leNoi of y 1 l 4 l J1 dsV9 g f Itf4 tNi f ffJiJ qt i Itr 1 1IJ f S JJQ S Wo have the iincst 4 l Mlle of shoes in East t 1 rhcrn Kentucky Our 4mens shoos are of t ontcst style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money j could buy r THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERY 4 I theeman I tagementof Miss Margaret Basket who ican show you Jftatsi tIJI direct frllm New York City Also i FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Pkfromthe Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishing FURNITuRfl- e h are the people you are lookln for oJ we have it by car loads to s1itI fi everybody 1 Mf Come and see us our J t iC 5 QV flqf DAY BROS e t to tOMPANYa- ckson Kentucky fl s w r w t4 r- f r1 1- iE The Breathitt News M LMiblixliud Kvcry Irhlny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS EOITOU For Printing Phone 64 r 1 aims Montgomery Is very lotv IIS J TJ Hagins is quite sick nt his horns on time Height If you need refreshments Sunday cull on 15 C Combs Berry Turner of Crockcttsvillo was hero on business Tuesday Joe Liwson of Frozen was hero attending court Tuesday J 0 Shackelford of Oikd lc wits hero attending court Tuesday W B1 Gambill of Canoe wa s ii guest of N1 Moore Monday Clarence Hadden returned Monday from a business trip to Mont gomery county It M Slioly has n new ndon this page Itend it and patronize nI homo institution Rev Henry C demons of Clemens was hero Tuesday buy lug goods for his store Judge 11 V Davis who recentlI moved to Roosevelt temporarily was attending court Monday Robert J McLin of Hazel Green was visiting his brother J 11 McLin tho first of the week D R Denton ormorlof Roosevelt has purchased the il W Clark residence on west MainS street Mrs Minerva rJIJuJins re+ turned Thursday after a live weeks slay at Indianapolis Ind She is much improved in health rFlord Turner littlo son of Mr Mrs Daniel Turner has re turned from a visit to friends and- relatives at Crockcttsville Thomas L Sewell and wife left Tuesday morning for Swan go ijprings whero they will remain fator some time for their health Greenwvisited Jackson Monday nnd is now working in this county solic tiling students for tho Hazel Green Academy l Mrs John Robinson and Miss jJCIIzaJIarriswijo have been visit iflng Mr ndMrs J W Prcwitt r Bale returned to their homes in jfc lit Sterling I Taylor Hurst Jr son of County Clerk S II Hurst returned lust week from Louisville where he I completed his second years course of medical lectures Rev J 11 Hudson was called I ia tho bedside of his nephews So Adnn Hudson son of T 1L lIudn r on who is very low with a severe attack of typhoid feverr i DialWH linms and James Hack of Magoflin county were hero I Thursday closing a contract with Harrison Combs for hauling logs on Cancy creek of Quicksand Euster Isaacs have n now ad t in this issue which ought to inter in cst every purchaser They are selling all their spring goods at cost to make room for their fall stock r Miss MulUoT Clark assistant W chief operator for tho Old Ken aFstO weeks vacation v Igor grandmother nt Jackson kAq pit Sterling Advocate t Judge wrI1 Blanton has sold hits residence on Broadway to Alex Edwards and has given him IOSCSII Vion Judge lilanton has rented t + fof D F Denton his residence on C nMill4 On account of bad health S D FIeonors store is closed tempo r rarily Any ono wanting work loft with him or wanting to buy M I any jewelry will please call on G W Flccnor who will wait on them f tt J D Mooro has moved back toy It Jackson after a sojourn lit Athol and Jolts Crook Ho will engage in tho photographing business If you want your beauty snatched her 0 will accommodate you if you will F pay tho freight 1 Miss Jane Montgomery loft Satl urday for her homo at Quicksand to attend the bedside of her sis ter who is very sick with measles Her joungor sister Miss Lena was bitten by n copperheadsnake lastSaturday while playing in tho liIha oof a trooV4 I 4 41 r NEW TEACHERS For the Lees CoIIcniatee Institute IAt a meeting of the Board o I Trustees of the Lees Collegiate Institute held in Lexington Wed nesday July 21 Prof L Crego of Michigan wits ejected to the position of president and his wife as assistant in tho Normal De partment Prof Crcgo comes highly recommended its n teacher of experience having made Nor vial work his specialty The Hoard feels that it hits been very fortu auto in securing Prof Crego and his wifo and predicts a successful year for tho school Miss Jaeckwho was so well liked last session will return this alls Miss Laura Smith of Tennessee willsucceed Miss Reese Miss Uyland has accepted the position of matron of the Domes tic Science Department Tho hoard has about closed n contract for two experienced mu 410 teachers one for instrumental endone for vocal announcement of which will be made later For fresh cakes and candies or anything nice to eat call on E Combs Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publicationDan of Turkey and Mrs Ellen Grillith of Elkatawa Win Bnilcy and Miss Esther mith both of Boxer Doc Strong in the PenLDoc Strong colwho killed Will Griilin col in Jlckt IOn about n year ago and was sentenced to prison for 21I years at tho lone term of the Brcathitt circuit court was taken to the Frankfort penitentiary Tucs day by Deputy licrltr Oliver Crawford New Hotel for Jackson C J Little formerly of this city but now of Jackson will build a 2r 000 hotel in that city Architect John W Crone drew plan and James Donahue of Winchester has tho contract for the stone work Winchester Sun Sentinel SundaYd crViacs Uov II S Murdock will preach at the Crockcttsville church next Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock J Time subject of the Sunday jnorning discourse at the Baptistd church will be The Godnnd for the evening discourse What n Crop of Uascals and Ueprobates Hours of scr vice 11 n m and 730 p m All re invited to attend these services Another Picnic in August The picnic under the management of L II Whiuikor at Beech Grove last Saturday was in every way n success The largo crowd that assembled was entertained by wheelbarrow races foot races and music Refreshments were served by Mr Whitaker So complete ovary detail was the picnic that there will bo another on the same order and under tho s ripo manage mcnt early in Augusta J Social on the Heights The home of Mrs Henry S Barnett on tho Heights was the scene of a most pleasant social gathering lust Thursday evening tho guests of honor being plusses Mattio and Lizzie Land rum of Stevenson About forty- of tho teachers who were attend tho institute including a hiim the young folks of Jackson as sembled at the homo of Mrs Bar ett on this occasion and mill were with tho hospitality dis penscd John Caudell will leave next Monday to visit his son James at Spruce W Va TJT Bolin left today for May town to attend time 70th anniver nary of the birth of his father U G Bolin The nice for tho Uopublicah nomination for circuit judge in tho 33d district is very close Both sides care claiming it Mrs Irvine A Rhodes of Pitts Pa and Miss Hattie Head Burgin are visiting Mrs Pax ton Davis and Miss Nary Coffee Miss Catharine Petitt of Lox ingtonleft hero today for llind mun to look after tho llindman Settlement School which alto es tablishd about twelve years ago 1 l = I NOBLE DEFIES HARGIS And White and Pays His Respects to Bcckhain Time following is reproduced from tho Lexington Lender j Jackson Ivy July 22 1007 Editor Leader There reaches my cars quite frequently reports creditedwith coming from J C W Bcckhams much favored and r lltclIlllied outlay James Ilargis and his ardent and sono rous henchman SF White hot ter known us Fed that Iaul to be prosecuted and imprisoned for lies that they charge me with swearing against the feigning liar liis during time three fairy trials he has gone through for the assassina tions of Dr B D Cox James B Marcune and James Cockrill Allow me hero to say that I would not bo surprised at any sort of a verdict that might be handed in by suchcourts and jurors as have tried time sainted Hargin but if I am convicted in such courts it willnot bo for false statements made against the upright Ilurgis but on the other hand it will be for the lies I refused to swear the truths that I did tellnnd on account of tho malicious lies Jim and Fed must tell I am squarely sincerely nail fearlessly standing by the truth waiting for Jim and Fed to begin their prosecution Where is there n sane minded person who had watched the progress of these trials that has not seen the corruptions that has been fostered by Bccklmm during the progress of these courts to have u Ilargis acquitted I And where is an honest titan in our proud Commonwealth that would lend vote to help to elect such n roan as Bccklmm to be our United States Senator or one of his guago to any other oflicc If a man deceives us once shame is upon his own head but if he deceives us twice shame is upon us Thercfore let Little Boy Blue and his gang deceive us no more Thanking you for the time and space in which to make those state ments 1 tin Respectfully yours HKNUY B NOIIIK r1ou gui fip JJ1 thirrqin tit grocery lino nt PJ C Combs any day iu tho week enrlor lute M Baker Found Dead J M Baker familiarly known Todd lox was on last Satur ay morning found deadm bed at his homo near Crocltettsvillet Ho had been in apparent good in health except ho had suffered from rheumatism for several years He was about 60 years ofage and was ono of tho leading citizens of IIH neighborhood Ho was a half brother of Judge W II Blanton of this place IIis remains were buried in tho family burying ground Sunday Roads Must be Worked County court was in session Monday and Quarterly court Tuesday Judge S S Taulbco Presiding Considerable business WISr done in both courts Quito n num ber of judgments were obtained various persons for failure to work tho roads Judging from what wo have seen from our travels in the county in tho post few weeks nobody is hurting themselves by working on the public roads Judge Taulbeo says that now as corn is laid by he willex pect every overseer to put his road in good repair as soonas possible 3Memorial Memorial services will be held at the grave of Mrs Esther Back near tho moulh of Canoe Forkon time fourth Saturday and Sunday in August by Revs Joseph Wai tore A C Cooper and others Everybody invited Tho funeral of Elizabeth Sebastian daughter of Mr and Mrs David Sebastian will bo preached on Middle Fork at the grave yard on Sebastians branch near Canoe tho second Saturday and Sunday in August Everybody invited Revs J II Hudson Dick HowI ard Greenville Stacy and M D Stacy held memorial services on Quicksand at tho Prudio Davis farm last Saturday and Sunday n largo crowd was in attendance and good order prevailed lhisI meeting has been kept up annually for the past twenty years at the quest of Sister Frudie Davis who died about twoyc rs ago fr- I fr- te fi LI 1 1a Z 7rs 11 Bet the Habit Do It NowSi Habit is time strongest impulse in mnnI let the habit of saving and have I favinirs draw interest and your future pros i lhjrityjs assured Wo make it easy for you to save and hard not to FOR TWO DOLLARS Deposited to your Credit we will lend you this beautiful SteelI Clock Savings Hnnk A safe bank andn perfect timepiecer for the home Bring this little saving machine to our bank the first of each week or ueontlir thercontents in our Savings Department and we will pay you three per cent on amounts deposited oi issue you Time Certificates which draw three per cent Time oun 1ntion9er fortun9je htid by time ynoar of stimuli amounts Gc ne of bur Crlock Banks today and start the foundation of yours IJIJackson Deposit Bank JACKSON KENTUCKY I = A Little Bait In keeping with n ustom of the Democratic State Administration In vogue for enrsthe aforesaid administration has on tho eve of State campaign jijCroascd the school per capita year it is 540 or in other vtmls teachers will bo allowed 340for each per son of school ago i lthe district We are glad the rs are get ting it but wo cnnn t suppress u grin when we think of the slick ducks in control nbFrankfopt Paintsville Herald Awarded Damages- In a condemnation proceeding wherein the town of Jackson was plaintiil and A D Jackson was defendant in the Ur jathitt county court A D Jackson tints awarded 175 for the use of n strip of land in front of the property of Robert Davidson for a street The prop erty had bcen pu3irasod fronf wen M Combs several years ago and has been used by the town for several year- sNotice to Wool Growers II S representing he Phoenix Woolen Mills of Lox ton will bo at Klkatawa on Sat urday August lip 1007 for tho purpose of receiving your wool for carding or mnnufacturointo cloth Allorders no matter how small will receive the most careful at tention 3942 Bankrupt Notice United States of America Eastern District of Kentucky In tho United States District Court in and for said distrJct Referee District No 5 In the matter of Samuel E Patton Bankrupt n Bankruptcy No fQ2 To tho creditors of Samuel E Patton of Jackson iri tho county of Breathitt nnd district aforesaid a bankrupt onithetime said Samuel E Patton was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will beheld at my oflicc in the city of Frankfort Ky on Friday the 2nd day of August- A D 1907 at U oclock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine tho bankrupt and transact such other business ns mint properly come before said meeting This July 22nd 1907 D W LINDSE1 Referee in Bankruptcy G W COLLEY PROPRIETOR OF THE L E HotelAGENT FOR HIGHLAND NURSERY SMITHVILLE TENNoIf- All kinds of FruitTrees Berries Etc for November de livery i FOR SALE A house ant lot on main street Lot 150 feet front and about 200 feet deep what a gooii dwelling- house j of six rooms two halls front md back porch 4and bathroom Lot se inaU of fruit trees I will sell Jrfat1gainB I Icon i t if r t I rf t Itf I r y I l paJ I Notice to Contractors 1Bids will bo received by the Breathitt County Fiscal Court on August 1st at 1 oclock p m for j tho furnishing of tho material and i tho building ofn public privy j plans und specifications of which are on file in the County Clerks oflicc The court reserves the right I to erect any or all bids For fur ther particulars call on or address I JUDGE S S TAULBEE Jackson Ky NOTICE The Board of Trustees of the town of Jackson Kentucky receive public bids on August WillI 1907 for the privilege of erecting and maintaining an trio light plant in tho town of Jack I son Kentucky with the right to occupy the streets of said town I and use thorn for the purpose of maintaining tho necessary appar atMsJo tsaitl Iig 1llntnnd will nwurttisaid franchise privilege I 11cleri charged to the citizens of the town I Said bids will be received at tho pilice of T P Cardwell Jr in the I town of Jackson 1nt the hour of 8 oclock in evening on said 5 day of August at which place and time said Board of Trustees will at tend for the purpose herein stated Tho right is reserved to reject any and all bids Given under our hands this the 3rd day of July 1907 H T DAVIS Chairman M1 S CUAIK Clerk 10f tho fact that this advertisement your attention to our stock of FINE FURNITURE 11igh grade in big assortment and every article tho very hesti Note too that woJre not using up printers ink in quoting prices Too large ti stock Instead wo in t ito the public to stop in and make copious notes especially on the at tractive prices and thus bo assured that goods quality nnd prices are nilon the square JONES FURNITURE STORE- Cor Court Street and College Ave Jackson Kentucky == = QO TO = F M MCCARTY FOR STUNEand BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and AllworkJackns Kentucky l 5 T r i t 1M PETERS V HOESYOH2C I K Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you Iti want to get comfort style and wear at a jj 1It1i reasonable price Theyre built in specialty t factories from the most carefully selected 5 materials over lasts that conform properly 9 with the lines of the feet I NOTE THE PRICESMADE Ufj i Dy7 1 Ladies Tip s Pe eis Bluchers I 25 Shoe 1ladies Pat v k w C Tip Bluchers 150iasL Mens VicirKid 2 25 250r Wens Patent cifr Ladies Heavy Shoes very thingrJ for country wear 1 65 to 1 5yi j jj All these goods are really Avortlv from 25 J to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair i t fA oJ E E3 TAUllBEEIi i s n KiKssr py tr s K s f st e lii 11 333 g 7fi77 333Sil 1 M IKED I10 8 i 1PAINTS d wmilIVSl1 whicli wo guarantee 111 1 J tM ili g THE J3T 6 j last1e11 r lonijrorIe and look better thanv i i any other paint made Call g 141andt e 1lliCCSM1 1or 11Co l W WIe illi eee for i got C You Will Get All Thats 8 f i btCla 0f+ iw THERE IS NO FAKERY ii CotIn our method of business for every dollar isb you pay us yoi get one hundred cents value iu 0 return 7r Ii io tlIlSquare Treatment F- fP i F i Your monoya worth all the time We might 9useup a page of space talking about oujaoOu f f rtthen you wouldnt know Low good they areyi= YoC01i1Wt foyourselfthatstho surest way o m a- io Crawford Co- k I G mJACKSON KENTUCKY ifi IiF C 0 N M iCifiCa i iAof U 0 9 r A Yp W ftso lfp a tl- t j MONUMENTS AfjHeadstones and Markers j i My line of designs arc a the latest and I can alsotprepare special ideas pre w sented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and seeme or f drop me a postal card iI erect work anywhere 1 BQcec reasonable f t RU M jI attd ntE L Vf 4 l t D Shop Located Near tti BridgetJackson Ky i c IJ t 1 1 t 4 Y l4 iII ir1 Lr 9 0e0Ono3C 0 OOOOOOOooooooo l po0DQO0Q00 0eo0 0 0 0 0 0 00 t 00 00 0o00 o O 0 00 0 0 Owen Moore Than He Could Pay 0 00 o Oo 00op Owen Moore Came Back One Day9 IoOp o 00 9 0 0000 00- ns 0 V having burnt would not his fin the again No indeed Mr would away not because he was Owen grass Oo 0 uO o 0 0 I GLEANINGS In till Hhodesla there lire only 12509 white people Southern Spain Is suffering from a Itlnguc of grasshoppers which are de stroying all tluj crops The Simpjon tunnel has cut the length of the journey from Parts to MIau by an hour and a halt Successful experiments have been mode hi Toulon to use gulls In place of carrier pigeons They have this ad vantage that unlike the pigeons they are always ready to fly even In llorccst Combine ns used now Is only about twenty years old having come Into fashion after the trial of a New York alderman for bribery In 1SSO It has been protested against from the s Hngllsh bench as an Intolerable Amer icanism G IJ liurimns Tcstlles After Four Years- G It Unrhnfii of Center N wiiies About lour years ago I wrote You stilting that I had been en Url cured of severe kidney trouble liy I kllr lens than two bottles of Ko lys Kidney Curs It entlrley stopped tire brick dust sediment and pain and hjmpifius of kidney disease disappear Ill1 I sum glad to say that I have never hud a return of any of those symptoms ilin hm Mm four years tlmt have elapsed t attT1 gjdently cured to stay cured and heartily recoiamai Foleys KIUI tmy Guru to any one kidney or bladder iroube Sjld by Jickni Dug Co CHURCH AND CLERGY t In Brooklyn recently thirty aged and Infirm people who had not lien able to gI to church for were taken to the communion service lu automobiles rhe curious calculation is now made that the worlds Methodists are now so BOCOOOOO Presbyterians of Now York city ore endeavoring to raise a fund of 1000 000 to bo put at lutereaUas a neat feud to be used work Tug Itev John Davis Skilton A M o nrIIJllllt of Keuyon college class o- flyiuul of the Philadelphia Divinity v t Wipol class of 181C has ken elected p headmaster of tho Cheshire Conn doliool The work of the Pennsylvania rail in Now York city Involved the de of St Michaels church Ac 33tm contract the railroad com has built on a new site a repro of the old church The memo new structureY r AVUH In 1onr Health For Years Ira Kelley of Man ed I was in pour health for two fi JpcMytars suffering from kidney and bind F f tier trouble and spent cotnlderable money consulting plJllclan i without if nbadntog noy marked benflt but was I eared by Foleyi Kidney Oure and 1 4 desire to add rar testimony that It mil bBjAltB oauseof restoring the health of nlhfrJ HHiiItA Itibuilut6l Sold jhik uJrlJj 01 A f6 f II J 1 r r1 4W 0- o 0 Poor Mr Owen 25 Moore no doubt lived Oo in a small city or town 0g where he tried to make 5C a living by running a 5 store The people who o were his neighbors inothat town and en the 5 farms around town SS most of their So sogMail Order houses 5 neglecting to trade t0 with Mr Moore 00 00 0Mooreness and went away c5 owing more than he So could had to SS go away a t i d a lo a0 cation In some towne0 where the fsople pat 0S ronized home mer 05 chants P 0t0o J Moore been once stick o 6gers in same fire MooreO oa stay o0o 0 e0o00e0trageD 0- o 0 0 0 0 O OIOOOOOIOOOOO 0OOOOOOOloo00ooooooaOO 01 0a00 0 the storm It Is Carlisle Y rue 8iifleriagfroni years theyiouhl tormetropolltlln- mIssIon ItenlhIi Jrenrnoed W Pa tturhes fI paysule Wise Counsel From the South I want to give some valuable advice to those who suffer with lime beck and kidney troulile 6ayp J R Ulank enshlp of Beck Tenn I have proved tn an absolute certainty that Eltcirl Bitters will positively cure this distressing cindition The first botil gave me great relief and after Inking n few more bottles I wits completed cured so completely that It become n pleasure to recommend thU great rem edy Bold undt r guarantee at Jackson Drug store Price 50c Laundering Lingerie Waists To launder llngerlo vnlst nu thxt It looks like new U n piece of work that even tho most hiexperlenrud can do if they will but give the time No pro vious knowledge of Ironing Is neces nary though n certain deftness must be exercised to bring the best results I would say Indeed tlmt lightness of touch and patience were the two most necessary requisites Washing Is the simplest part of the operation yet the blouse may bo quite ruined or made to look thick If It Is in any way hurried or slurred over The soap used In this cleansing should bo n fine qftnllty of white find ammonia or washing powders lire quito BUperlltiotiH The test way to launder is to make n basin of hot water quite soupy and then plunge lu the waist Do not rub iiuy soap on the material for the effect of tits will be to thicken the quality of the goods Instead squeeze the garment keeping it under water and avoid nibbing the least bit even between the wads Iet n rUi workje squeezing As the laundering must be such a delicate piece of work It Is well to let the waist stand nil tight In this water The lligllt Knlllo Mr August ttliarpp the popular over seer of Ihepnnr at Kurt Madison In says Dr Khogs New Life Pill are rightly named they act morfr BRreably do more good slid make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed to cure blllousneis and constipation 25o at Jackson Drug ftte COLLEGE AND SCHOOL New York city plums to expend 20 000000 for Bchool buildings nnd sites during the present administration l r George Lincoln Ilendrlckson professor of Latin In the University of Chicago lane been secured by Ynlo for the Latin chair In that Institution lie len graduate of Johns Hopkins lull versity As a result of the Thence congress which has recently leek hold In New York city Dickinson college Pennsyl vania is to establish a department of peace and public service In memory of William Pewi- President Iladley of Yulouulverslty will go to Berlin Immediately after the meeting of the Yale university corpora tion m October to fill tho Theodore Roosevelt professorship of American history and Institutions at the Uulvcr Ifrot Berlin lk headaches bllousnesior a n are quickly relived by DeI C Bad ill Early Risers Small pill1 S oosate pillpronSpt and IIIUI nt In t Sild Gl Jsckiflfi Drug Co ev a a t 4 SIRES AND SONS Perry Bclmont of the famous lid mont family Is building what Is salt to IKS the finest house lu Washington It Is to cost more than sny other than don there William J Bryan has grown stout III the last few years Ills present weight Is 234 pounds while nt the time he en tered tho campaign In 18CHJ he tlpptt the beam ut exactly 105 Attaches of the British legation in Washington nre beginning to wonder how long Ambassador Bryce now nearly seventy years old will be able to keep up his present pace In the mat her of public dinners and addresses Dr Andreas von Gunther who now owns Knights Island in the Pacific built the first log cabin there since that time he has had thrilling expo rlences Ho has been shipwrecked and has traveled hundreds of miles when no white man ever has been Sir Eldon Gorst who JaM been cho sea to succeed lard Cromcr as Brltlsl ruler of Egypt knows that country ami Its people Iwttor even than hla predecessor Ho hits been doscrlboi ItS a modern Lord Lytton with n tango of Yoltnlre Sir Eldon Is recog nlzed ns an expert In nuance Police Commissioner General Theo dore Blughtim U tho first Now York chief vested with power to rule the tune lie Is brusque In manner and Iii dress After his frrrjdunUan from WfII t Point ho pnttfredllio cnglneerl I corps Ife has lonc duty at several thepYliltP House fop souie U- Baroij nosci the Rusnlai ambassa dor to this country Is n chancellor of UlP Russjan empire court cumin erliu tind n wearer of the orders of St via illmlr St Ann and fit Stanislaus li addition to hltspeclal training mud ox perlenco as u diplomat he I + nn nccoui lillshed musician and speaks English Hussion French German Italian and Japanese IpperaJ Alexander MacKcnzle chief of englneprs pf tip nrnywho has of phI tho federal governments iMiklncprlng projects attends to the lie IflIU Pf spending about JiOOOOOOO nn uually HP of all rlv UTjand hnrlior Improvements the build hug Jetties construction of levees placing pf bridges over navigable streams and similar work How to Cur Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains1 writes Julio Kemp East OtMlehl Me I apply liuoklens Arnica Silve lint also used it for salt rheum with exjel ent results Guaranteed to cure fever Fore indolent ulcers piles burnt rounds frost bites and skin diseases Ou at Jackson Drugstore HQMll NOTES Picture frames when covered with specks any be cleaned by wiping wIth a cloth dipped In kerosene Avoid tho use of sand soaps when iikafjlug lice marble basin and enameled bathtub More huri titan good Is often done Muslin curtains especially thoso tow used la n bedroom should bo rlnsod n alum water which does not lipul- lbelr color and renders them nonin- flammable Allow two ounces of alum to a gallon of water To cut hot brown bread drawn clean strong white thread sharply nnd firmly across the loaf pushing It down equal ly on either side The result will be clean smooth slices free of the sticki pees that conies from knife cutting When there Is the slightest indi cation of indigestion heart burn lIt ulence or any form of Somnch trouble take a little Kodul occasionally and you will be nffuieded prompt reliel Kodol is a compound of vegetable acid and contains the juices found in a healthy Somach Kodol digests what you eat makes your food du non good Sold by Jackson Drug Co Walking Walking Is the very best kind of cx ercise and will seldom tire tIe person Who walks correctly Take a free firm easy stride swinging tho limbs from the hip bending the knee but slightly and stopping squarely on tho ball of the foot A walk of two or three miles a day will keep any wo man In good health Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving spedal care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers to keep Ahem w- ellBlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine is A pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic Dls temper Coughs Colds Constipa tion Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the common stock diseases- It is A perfect medicine for general farm use Try it Prla 25c lot a large can at- aU i dtvg fbt and dcaltta 1 J 4 d rs Iwo MINUTE P- H 8KETG8 Robert Fulton 7Jr J A EDGERTOJV IR ale livid Imp eiittigi to br cane one llbl11- It11ortalt OnEUT FnTOXS parents wcr so poor that the future liiveuto bad scarcely any education barely leainltig how to read null 1 write Ills father died wheu Koheri was three years oldTnnd at an earl HBO the boywas rtpnrcntlccd to t Phlladelphltt Jewolor lu adiHtlon ti hU work In tho shop yJuiig Kiilto applKnl hlmsolf to portrait and laud scnpo pnlutlns and sheaved nuch bleu that ho was enabled to Ueop his wld owed mother and In four years bought a farm ou which he placed her He then went to London to prosecute tin study of Ids art as a painter So strong n bent lead ho for science iow Aver that lu hU odd hours he studied mechanics nud eiifclnterlinj KlUally nttnictlng the atteutou ot tho Duke of nrldgewHtW who wos then tutor ested 11U extensive canal scheme Fulton was Induced by that gentleman to give up pnlntliiK alts outer und to dpvol lilmsulf to civil piikuecrlue anti Invention III tho next few years Iulton invented an Incline iilniio for supplanting en fial locks n mill fur sawing and polish ins marble n umchlne fur spinning flax Dud mother for making ropes He also wrote a book ou navigating canals and another on tue application Qf Btiinrn to nqylBatloii At about thl tliup lip attracted the notice of Edward Livingston United States minister at Iurls In response to an Invitation Fulton went to that city where he sflPB Invented n WbrnprlnP hoot whIch lip vplnly trlll1lo have adopted by thll trench British pud American govern nipiits After hIs failure In this attempt he returned to hN dream of steam navigation mud Invented n small boat which successfully navigated tin Seine Livingston was BO Interested that he advanced money to Futon to fPllip tq ucallcq null balbl n steam burnt for the Hudson The result was tho Clormont from whoso first trIll between Now York and Albany date thu beginning of a pea era In tin water transportation of the world The Clcrmoiit marked the highs tide of Fultons success He was fortylwn years old at the time and lived only eight years longer having been worn qua by HIP Incplis lIt mil of Ills earlier life Ho hud lived long enough how ever to become one of the Immortals A demising clan cooling smithing healing household remedy DeWitt Carbolized Witch HitHl Salve Foi burns outs luraiohes bruises inseci bites and sore feet it it uneq mated Juod fdr plies ilewarlj of linljatliin Get DuWuts It is the best Sold hj laakiun Drug Co Bettys Discovery The robins are Italian bird Im sure because said little Betty I see them eating vonnn out there Jut as Italian eat apaeliettl Uljfper1 Weekly During the summer kidney irregular itles ure often caused by excessive drinklnR or being overheated Attend t the kidneys nt once by using oleyt Kdney Cure Sold by Jackson Prui Go In the Jungle IJllly Hippo Lion said that if I dldn pay bun that money I OWN him bo was going to take It out of my hide- DeMonkWell hed have to use a steam drill to do that wouldnt he1 Hr TQUI3 TostDlspatch Thiuiands of people are dally suffer nig with kidney and bladder trouble dangerous aliments that thuulJ b checked prompIy DeWitls ICidnej and Bladder Pills are the best renudj for bajkaclip weak kidneys Inflam mation of the bladder Their action is prompt and sure A week treat nuiit fur 25c Sold by Jackson Drag Co 1 1 The Beefeaters Tlie name beefeater applied to British yeomen of the guard has n sin gular derivation It Is said to conic fiim buffctier the guardian of the banrjlletInNeatly all oLlfashloned 0 nigh Sr up4 ate constipating epeciilly those that contain opiates They dot act jut right Kennedji Laxative Cutich Syrup contains no opiates It drives the cold out of the Syitem by gently noting the UWel OmtaiiH llonty ind Tar and tastes nenrlj as good ns maple syrup Children like it Sold by Jdskiii Drng Co Tho Piano There are fortyeight different kinds of material entering Into the construe tun of a piano and they are gathered rom sixteen countries Qulelc Keller fur Asthma Suf ferers JleY1 II iney mid Tar affords Im ludiute relief tb atthma suffrrers It the worst ntsgfg acid If taken in time will effect a curt Sold by Ja6kon Drug Co N 1 The We tierjTile weather Is cull d calm if the air Is out moving at nionl than three tidies trongbrJttOrlIJ Dud ninety a Hurricane 4 gtlmulutlou Without Irritation That is the watchword That la- what Orloo IaxaU Sjrupdoei Cleanses and stimulates the boneli w Ithout Irritation Inlnrjorw w C t h ry- S s v I 1 a Yi GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stomach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Price BO- eTAGKSON DRUG GO H CHURCH AND CLERGY A clergyman In a London suburb has promised to entertain his emigre radon next winter by reading novel T them with musical Interludes Tito Fifth Avenue Baptist church Vow York of which John U Itockefel er Is n member has rwl K nded to the ry that chutxhoa bo militant by hang ng out nn elevtrlueign at lu guilt to tract passersby y The Kpworth league will hereafter Mold its ronvcttUoii but puce in four ears tlls society formerly held Its iirtlonal cotivuntions nnnually but IH ilevca that it higher level of Interest will be maintained If tho change Is iiiaile A iwnuancnt endowment fund for the preservation of the historic old North churcJi of Itoston Is nun being urged as otherwise the property will lie sold Ttit church building Is 1SI yottrn phi nnd known throughout the iouutry for Its nssoclatlou with the iamo of Paul Itcveru anti for UH part It IlcvoUjtlouary history Curedof Lull Jrouhle It II now nlyn year since I huil t narrow eoupe from cnniuinptlou unites C 0 Fljd a leading hthlP4I halt tlf Kor hnw S C I had rut I wti In wright In 135 iMiiinds and toughing teas constant both by clay nd by nlclit Finally I bffinn taking Or Kings New Discovery and cumin eJ this for about six menthe uhun- n1 ciniRl and lung trouble were rn Irely gone and I was restored1t my 10 mush weight lie pound Thou n ds of pereenA nre healed every year Jimrnnteeil ut Jnckimu Drug store Oj and 100 Trial bottle fret They Want tho Dog Caped Hoim tigers miuns nod Jo SUflw nkp iii uotlrp of tho men Dud Womon pawing In mat of tlioni hint If n dug bo brought nnywhcre near tho cage they show their savage nature nt once Ho you rtnlly oi J ly whin you epl Dose your focd tit I It uordf 1o yen el hungry amt want more Or do you hale n hear dull fltlIlig iftc inenU Ollr 4ttini oh UrtlollIiiH Rill cn Iliti loit1I1ch bud breath hid lgeetlun tnd djfpcpsla If so you iiiuld take a I ills KHO after each meal Kodo vviij nourish and strengthen your di- acstive and furnish the natural liKtmllve jllusfor your tomnali It will croake you well It will mateo TOU fooJ db you good Turn your lood lu- lU good rich blood Kodol digests hat you eat Sold by Jackson Drug Co Plenty of Room In Bolivia Bolivia Ins nth area of 100200000- gcres an nvurago of nearly LW acres to inch Inhabitant This laud lit ox tremely rich In vnliublu woods sliver copper tin etc mud the sole Is ep chilly adapted to the cultivation 01 coffee anti tobacco Vur AtrunHt Cotisuiiiptlon All tuition are ellll Aurlll to check ih ravages of constiniptl tnilie white pnjUb that claiinn sn tinny victim each year Foltyi Honey and Tar tires coughs and caws perfectly and you lire lit no danger of ciirsuinplldii Dii nll risk your health by taking nonie unknown prHpnrnthri when Fnlcyf Honey such Tar in rate and certain in results The genuine U In a yellow iiackiigri Sold by Jnoliiion Drug Co Reduced Rates VI- AQUEEN CRESCENT 2 ROUTEfrON TILE 1ST AXD 3RD 1OFCO fllANY POINTS SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on sale goodreturning till May 31st 190T For prrticulnrs write II C KING aPM 1AY JfIexin ton Ky RAILROAD TIME TABLES illl UE RAILWAY WINTER TIMI2 TAmI2 EFFECTIVE 01181000 WEST HOUND NO JniJ1Ii1Ex SunAM LvJncUson 10 20 O K Junction 15 26 Elkttlnwii 20 80 Athol 40 tg Tnllecu 49 00 St 50 11 Hcnttyvillc Junct 707 20 Torrent 5- 0Campion II Junct 48 5T Dundeo 7 f2 03 Filson 03 14 Stanton lf 20 Clay City 25 85 L E lunct 00 OT Winchester 12 20 Ar Lexington 55 G 05 EAST BOUND NO1i r n 0 2 0 2 C 2 G 2 0 8 Helens 0 8 3 7 8 7 8 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 U 5 9 l9 ISO 2 NO 4 Daily Daily Ex Sun PM M Lv Lexington 2 25 7 3li Winchester i 10 8 13 14F Junct 8 25 8 26 Clay City 00 11 02 Stanton 110 010 Filson 4 2fi I 22 Dundee 37- CH 0 81 nipton Junct 4 40 11 as Torrent 4 57 ii rte- BeattyvilloJunct 5 18 10 17 St Helens f 20- Tullejra 10 25 ft 37- Athol 1015 5 45 10W Klkntnwn 0 OG 11 10 OAK Junct C 10 11 15 Ar Jaokson G 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos and 3 will make connections with C 0 Hy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Railway for Pine Uidgo and CnmntonHKATTYVILLE UNCTION Trains Nos 2 and connect with L it A Hor passengers to and from Hcnttyvillc 0 K J UNCTIONTrains No 3 and 4 with tlioQHRLA Kontuota Iti 1i 1 t t 1t I 1 I I 1 1 II A O K RAILWAYr IIKFFKOTIV15 NOV It1100tWEST BOUND 1ST IDuilExLv Tnc1wn 11 05 8 00 0 K Junction 11 15 3 10 Frozen 11n1 33- 1nnclcvo 11 38 n 42 Wilhurst 11 44 8 52 lltunIlton 11 51 4 05 Rose Fork J2 05 4 30 Leo City 12 13 4 45 Ilelechawa 12 10 4 55 Ar Cannel City 12 35 G 20 EAST HOUND 11112uLv Canncl City 7 10 1 00 llelocluuvu 711i 117 Lee City 7 15 1 23 Hose Fork- Hampton 8 00 132 8 21 1 41 WilliurstVanclevo 8 87 I ca 8 47 1 61 Frozen 8 G 2 01 0 K Junction t 25 2 25 Ar Jackson U10 2 80 Sunday passenger train leaves returningleaves Al L CONLEY Gen Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrive 5 45 a in Campion 11 30 a in Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campion Jun 10 05 n m 4 00 p m Campion Jan lto p in Make connection with nil L E passenger trains I KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS a WITH Dr Kings 1 New t 11 FOR cOUCHS ntnR TI I rnrCRI I II I IIIowj1t a Farm t- I Y OR A TOWN LOT i I I Our list of iarm lands and town lots iniJ li eludes the best in Brcathitt county nifd Jackson = vi It doesnt cost you anything to gcft what you want through us If we havent itZaHAGINSBLANTON REAL ESTATE e JACKSON KY 4- r We Are IHereCelebrated v h t 4 riSHOE t A 7T v The Dost on Earth I PRIDE SOO P R I CB t 1ForSale By fZ DAY BROS CC I Jaskso9 Ke4tookY Y III 0I c c I nI Discovery FOR DYSPEPSIA+ t t DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT ReUns sdigsnoa Sour Stomach filching 010 tae roeAOID ONlY AT TNa LAOATOY Oe 1 ECDaWITT do COMPANY CIIICAGO 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